We bought a car, and are learning to drive. During our learning sessions I took this pics, this were also taken with my mobile. I´m sorry, I feel like I´m betraying my real camera, I´ll get it on board next time.
If you want to see things on display you should go on a Sunday afternoon, to San Telmo neighbourhood in Buenos Aires. Mainly the antique´s hot spot in the city, there´s a lot to see and listen.
The next one is not in Buenos Aires, but it´s something curious for me, in Mexico they display these dresses for girls 15´s party. There´s no way you´d put me inside one of those!
The credit for the first picture is for my super boyfriend, who´s not very keen on photography. Somehow he manages to get really good shots though he doesn´t practice or try too hard. And here is one of those shots:
I guess the hours I subject him to listening about photography and watching photos is starting to pay off.
The next one is mine, as usual.
Well, finally I´m getting updated! this is the last due photo challenge post! So, curves… this is a very nice curvy walk in Brisbane, Australia (if it´s not in Brisbane, please let me know, I´ve been struggling to remember the exact place)
This is nice! when travelling we find strange signs, specially those regarding things that for us are very usual or very unusual!
In case you didn´t know, alcohol does impairs judgment. In Koh Phi Phi, in Thailand, it seems that some people forgets, so here´s the sign:
At the entrance of a Mosque in Malaysia, it is obvious for them, but for me it wasn´t. Thanks they put the sign!
This is the place to take a nap in the beach! but be aware of tsunamis!
A public toilet in Malaysia.
Back to Thailand, if you didn´t fall asleep and are a fast runner. In case of tsunami you should be here…
This sign is in the former school (now a museum), where the Khmer Rouge regime used to imprison and torture their victims.
No one there was willing to laugh, but the sign was just in case.
My interpretation of Leading Lines. I look for leading lines in a photograph, so, these lines have to lead me to look in one direction or be the first thing you look at in the picture.
Take photos! And that´s what I did in Ipoh, Malaysia, when we arrived at 5 pm and the guy at the counter said that the train left at midnight. Of course we could go for a walk, but the station was quite far from downtown and we travel on a shoestring, so no cabs for us. We decided to wait there. Malaysia is a very organized country and part of that order includes no lying down on the benches, so… wait the 7 hours sitting down properly! These are the pics I took during those hours, they were taken in black and white mode, and the few in colour are becuase I felt it that way at the moment.
You may have seen this before…